Alumni News

John Minerva, '78: Empowering Others Through Yoga

September 10, 2013

Niagara alumnus John Minerva, '78, recently returned from East Africa, where he took the university's Vincentian tradition of service in an unusual direction. A recent convert to yoga, the 57-year-old resident of Naples, Fla., travelled to the Kenyan capital of Nairobi with the Africa Yoga Project,...

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David Loewenguth, '83: Offering Hope to Children Affected by HIV/AIDS

August 14, 2013

It is 10 o'clock on a Monday night, and New Yorker David Loewenguth, '83, is locking up his three-speed and heading home to his studio apartment in historical Harlem. He's spent the day going from meeting to meeting to speak with various organizations from all over the nonprofit sector. As the...

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Christine S. O'Hara, '88, M.S.Ed.'06: Leading Alumni Engagement at Niagara

July 10, 2013

Christine O'Hara, '88, M.S.Ed.'06, executive director of Alumni Engagement at Niagara, shares her career path back to NU and her vision for the office.

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Howard Morgan, '86: Engaging Alumni Volunteers

July 10, 2013

Howard Morgan, '86, was recently named to the newly created position of associate director for alumni and volunteer engagement. Hear what he likes best about this opportunity, and what his own Niagara experience was like.

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Jaclyn Rossi, '08, M.S.Ed.'10: A New Role at NU

July 10, 2013

Jaclyn Rossi, '08, M.S.Ed.'10, started her career as assistant director of alumni relations at Niagara, and has now returned to her alma mater to oversee leadership giving for the Office of Alumni Engagement. Learn how her career path took her from Monteagle Ridge and back again.

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Patricia D. McIntosh, M.S.Ed.'10: Creating Exciting Events for Alumni

July 10, 2013

Patty McIntosh, M.S.Ed.'10, plans a variety of events for NU alumni, including Alumni Weekend, as assistant director for alumni and annual programs. Here, she shares what excites her about this role.

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Cate Laughlan, '12: A Big Winner

May 15, 2013

A year ago, Cate Laughlan, '12, was sitting on her porch, contemplating what her future might hold. She had just graduated from Niagara University with a degree in human resources and knew she didn't want to waste the education she had received. But she also knew that she wasn't ready to pursue her...

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Dr. Scott Fina, '80: Integrating the Vincentian Core Values into His Life and Career

April 3, 2013

I am a former seminarian of the Vincentians. I began the seminarian program when I attended Niagara as philosophy major. My studies at Niagara and exposure to its faculty and students substantially added to my spiritual formation and moral perspective, especially a concern for the poor and social...

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Teresa Niedda, '84: Giving Back to the Vincentians

April 3, 2013

While my career path has taken various twists and turns since my college days, one thing has remained constant and that has been the influence of the Vincentian education that I received. One influential moment occurred during my sophomore year, when I participated in the BASIC HIP program...

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Jeff Dann, '74: NUAA's New Leader

March 27, 2013

Jeff Dann, '74, comes from a “Niagara family” ”“ his mother, Ann, worked at the university for 10 years, and four of his six siblings, including his twin brother, Mike, are alumni. Some of his fondest memories and closest friendships were formed during his four years on Monteagle Ridge,...

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